Fees for Next Program
** PLEASE NOTE: The fees have not yet been established for the cohort beginning August 2018. The fees for the class that began in August 2017 are provided below for reference purposes only. **
Fees for Class of 2019:
For the program that began in August 2017, the total amount of the five-semester program is $29,920. The cost per credit hour is $935. This amount covers all course fees, student fees and administrative fees, but does not include expenses associated with textbooks, transportation, lodging, or computer hardware (the program does not have a laptop requirement, but does requires that students have unrestricted access to a personal computer).
Each semester’s fees are payable at the beginning of the semester as indicated on the Payment Schedule below.
Fall 2017 (non-refundable matriculation fee; will be applied to first semester’s fees upon enrollment) $500 upon admission
Fall 2017 (balance after prepayment) $6,045 9/1/2017 7
Spring 2018 $5,610 1/19/2018 6
Summer 2018 $5,610 5/25/2018 6
Fall 2018 $5,610 TBA 6
Spring 2019 $6,545 TBA 7
Totals $29,920 TBA 32
Help with Funding
Many corporations will reimburse for part or all of the program fees. Check with your Human Resources office. Please note that the 20-month program spans three calendar years, which is advantageous in cases where students are participating in employer-sponsored educational assistance plans that have maximum amounts payable within a single calendar year.
Federal Student Loans
Most students enrolled in the OEM Program are eligible to receive up to $20,500 per academic year in federal unsubsidized student loans. To apply, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. UF’s institution code is 001535. Additional funding beyond the $20,500 may be available via the Graduate PLUS loan program, if needed.
More information about student loans is available at the following web sites:
- U.S. Dept. of Education ( studentaid.ed.gov/ or www.ed.gov/students/ 1-800-433-3243)
- FinAid ( www.finaid.org/loans/privategrad.phtml)
- UF Student Financial Affairs ( www.sfa.ufl.edu/)
The Lifetime Learning tax credit may offer federal income tax relief.